Ethical Dilemma Abortion Analysis

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Ethical Dilemma Thousands of women have chosen the option to have an abortion, some because of medical reasons, some financial and some have even been forced into the decision from friends, families, and spouses. However, what exactly makes one except the fact that abortion is neither right nor wrong. Can we solely base this on women’s rights and women’s choice only? I will examine the abortion ethical dilemma per the Christian worldview and look at how another world view perceives the decision to the right to have an abortion. In the ethical dilemma of abortion, the main character by the name of Susan is vacillating between two opinions one to abort, the baby or decide to keep the child even after knowing the fact that her child could possibly …show more content…
Humanist relies on faith and reason, while with the Christian worldview they rely on faith and belief in the unknown. The bible says, Now, Faith is the substance of things hoped for and the evidence of things not seen. When one is believing, they will not be focused on what being manifested the natures. The view that the professor had concerning abortion in the ethical dilemma will tie in more to a humanist …show more content…
Abortion is a serious decision and serious topic. My sister has just recently experienced an abortion she called me prior to her decision, I talked to her about my beliefs and told her that I would even move locations to help her with the child. My sister was so much under stress and turmoil that she couldn’t see hope through her decision. She went ahead and had the abortion, I will never forget to receive that phone that Sunday afternoon. I remember hearing her expound on her decision, and I remember being led not to say much but just to listen and as I listened to my sister talk, I heard the holy spirit say, tell your sister, “I carried that decision for her over two thousand years ago, on the cross for her, I just began too wept because right there I experience again how much God’s grace and mercy are truly sufficient for our lives. It’s been over five months since my sister had her abortion and just recently I spoke with her, and she said she is still dealing with the hurt from the abortion. I don’t quite know when my sister is going to receive her full healing from the abortion, but as Christian, I know and understand God’s mercy and grace for our lives. He is truly a merciful God. I am praying that

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